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A Balanced Vacation

Does your hectic schedule and the stress of daily obligations have you wishing you could escape to a land of peace and tranquility? Are those wishes derailed by memories of past vacations when you returned home exhausted from racing around to various attractions and sleep deprived because unfamiliar noises kept you awake? If that sounds familiar to you, it’s time for you to pursue a vacation destination in a peaceful place where beauty and serenity abound. Take a moment to visualize the following vacation scenario.

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You arrive at your destination and are immediately awed by the beautiful, majestic mountains, the absence of man-made noise and the expansive views you have from the cozy cabin that will be your home away from home for the duration of your visit. Amenities await you that include everything from a hot tub to rocking chairs on the porch. You have the perfect set-up for a vacation alone or for a romantic escape that is long over due. Book now while this vision is fresh in your mind.

You can enjoy the activities that are offered at and near vacation resorts without exhausting yourself. The key is to be selective with the number of activities you want to pursue and to balance those with plenty of relaxation time. Go ahead and go fishing, hiking, biking, visit local attractions or go shopping. Just be sure to balance that with time spent sitting by the fire, relaxing in the hot tub or quietly watching a spectacular sunset.

Summer Destination 2014

How many times have you been to Baguio? Do you have plans of going back to the summer capital when the school year is over?

I would love to spend summer in Baguio. The last time I went there was in the early part of 2000 to attend a health workshop. The health reporters from various newspaper organizations were billeted in a hotel. We were there for a couple of days but we were not at liberty to roam around the city due to the workshop’s tight schedule. The only time we were able to buy pasalubong was on the last day of the workshop. And the pasalubong items were even bought at the hotel lobby.

If given a chance I would love to go back to Baguio. There’s so much in Baguio that I want to explore. Maybe a side trip to Benguet and Sagada would also be a good idea. I’ve heard and read so much about these places and I want to witness the natural wonders and beauty that I can only admire through photographs.

Various reviews online will surely help me find inexpensive cottages to accommodate me and my family for a few days while we are in the summer capital. I just wish my husband will be more open-minded when it comes to the idea of traveling as a family.

Summer Vacation 2012

If you can’t make up your mind where to go for your summer vacation, check out this top tourist destinations in Luzon.

This place up North is perfect for those who love to swim and dive to their heart’s content. You’ll fall in love with the beautiful white sand and pristine beaches of Pagudpud. Several movies were filmed in this place because of its perfect backdrop.

You’ll gonna love this place if you have a penchant for historical sites and buildings. This has already been declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO for the town’s well-preserved ancestral houses built during the Spanish time. The popular tourist attractions here are the St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Palacio de Arzobispado and the Burgos National Museum.

CamSur (Camarines Sur)
The place is popular for watersports such as kayaking and wakeboarding at CamSur Watersports Complex. For those who love to explore the wonders of nature can go hiking and spelunking with your friends. Take note of the awesome rock formation in Caramoan Peninsula National Park. Before you head home from your vacation, don’t forget to have a taste of the popular sinarapan or the smallest fish in the world found in Camsur.

Ideal for couples and family getaway because of its proximity to Metro Manila. You’d love to spend your weekend or vacation here because you can do a lot activities with your family and be captivated by the beauty of Taal Lake while having picnic.

I guess this is everyone’s favorite place to visit for vacation, retreat, or just a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of  the Metro. You haven’t enjoyed staying here if you did not see the timeless places of Camp John Hay, Burnham Park, Session Road, Mines View Park, and the Strawberry Fields.

Now, whichever place you want to visit first? Me, wish I could be in all these places at the same time. 😀

The list was provided by Nuffnang. Thanks.